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Redskins beat the Eagles, 23-20. Time to sound off


Kutztown senior Pierre Reedy plays for New York Red Bulls, commits to Penn State

Pierre Reedy, a senior at Kutztown Area High School, is a decorated soccer player. He is an Interregional Best XI, All State/Regional All-American (2014), obtained two national training center invites and High School Player of the Year (2014). ...

By Patrick Moyer Kutztown High School Intern |


  • Women's lacrosse

    Golden Opportunity: Transcendent Boyertown girls lacrosse program turns 50

    BOYERTOWN >> When she lost as a college athlete, Marcia Brumbach cried.

    By Dan Dunkin For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Legion Baseball: Rookies play a key role for the Bears

    In the season opening article I wrote that the Bears would in essence be blending three groups of players into one team for the 2015 season: “the high school guys,” “the college returnees,” and “the rookies.” As the regular season heads into its final week, the results of this blend have been rather successful in terms of the win-loss column, as the Bears have compiled an overall record of 19-6-2.

    By Rob Zambaninni For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Olympic champion May-Treanor kicked off Pottstown Rumble with Dream in Gold clinics

    Misty May-Treanor kicked off the 2015 Pottstown Rumble on Thursday, June 25, hosting two sessions of her “Dream in Gold Clinic” at Pottstown’s Memorial Park.

    By Thomas Nash @Thomas_Nash10 on Twitter |

  • Philadelphia Union

    Union sizing up Honduran Palacios

    CHESTER >> One of the first transfer rumblings of the summer hit the Philadelphia Union Monday with the revelation that Honduran midfielder Wilson Palacios is training with the club.

    By Matthew DeGeorge @sportsdoctormd on Twitter |

  • Philadelphia 76ers

    Sixers’ Embiid suffers apparent setback in recovery

    Nearly one year after the Sixers took him with the third overall pick in the draft, Joel Embiid seems no closer to playing.

    By Rob Parent @ReluctantSE on Twitter |

  • Philadelphia Phillies

    Giles goes into orbit, Phils fall again

    PITTSBURGH >> The Phillies got a quality start from the new guy, a yeoman’s effort from a beleaguered bullpen, and a lot of stranded base runners from a punchless lineup in their 1-0, 13-inning loss to the Pirates at PNC Park Friday night.

    By Dennis Deitch |

  • Philadelphia Phillies

    Phillies Notebook: Sandberg wants to see more of Rupp

    PITTSBURGH >> The Phillies played an afternoon game Wednesday in Cincinnati before making a puddle-hop to Pittsburgh before sunset, then had a full day off Thursday before getting back to business Friday night at PNC Park for the start of a weekend series against the Pirates.

    By Dennis Deitch |

  • Sports

    Boyertown Optimist Lacrosse Teams program holds 20th annual ‘Lax Fest’

    The Boyertown Optimist Lacrosse Teams (BOLT) celebrated its 20th Annual End of Season “Lax Fest” Tournament on Saturday, June 6, at Boyertown Junior High West.

    By Kristen Federico |

  • Sports

    FIELD HOCKEY: Karen Kocher named the new Boyertown High field hockey coach

    If you’ve lived in Boyertown most of your life, you might remember the days of triumph, of championships and consistent success the BASH field hockey team enjoyed throught the late 1990s. Since then, the program has been on the downward slide, and has changed coaches quite a bit in the past 10-12 years, with coaches not staying more than two years. Enter Karen Kooker, a teacher for the district, who has become the new field hockey. She hopes to bring a consistency to a program that...

    By Phil Haddad For 21st Century Media |

  • Sports

    Legion Baseball: Bears to play annual Alumni game

    The Boyertown Legion Bears will be holding their annual alumni game this upcoming weekend (i.e., Saturday, June 13). It will be the fourth time that the Bears have held this event, as it was also held in 2006, 2010, and 2014.

    By Rob Zambanini For 21st Century Media |

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